Posts Tagged ‘40d’

Lower Antelope Slot Canyon

As promised a photograph from Lower Antelope Slot Canyon.  For more information on the Slot Canyons check out my post the bear.  The previous two posts and photos had to do with Upper Antelope Slot Canyon, which is arguably the more well photographed one. The Lower antelope , while almost across the road from Upper, […]

The Candle

Staying with the southwest theme here tonight.  I thought I would have blogged more this weekend but got wrapped up in some other stuff and was mentally exhausted.  That and I spent all my free time fighting the spammers, man this is crazy!! For the background behind the Antelope slot canyons near Page, Arizona, take […]

The Bear

I know it sounds like another Alaska post, but its actually not.  Don’t worry, there’s lots more of those to come though.  I’m still reveling in my new status as spammer magnet.  This is what I have to look forward to?  At least they could take some English classes prior to trying to post a […]


I’ve officially struck it big time I guess.  I’ve been inundated with spammers leaving comments on the blog…I feel so special now.  They seem to be especially enamored with the Studebaker post, so I guess there’s some  keyword there they especially like.  How annoying. Anyways, this photograph I call hope.  Yes, there is some photoshop […]

The Wave

That’s what everyone calls it when they first look at it.  “Is that a wave?”  I admit, it does sort of look like a wave with some stop action photography.  But no unfortunately its not.  This is one of my ode to one of my favorite photographers, Art Wolfe.  I call this photo, “The Mississippi […]


A friend and I went out one day to find something to take pictures of.  This is when I was living in Northeast Florida, yes probably a little bit warmer than where I am now.  So she said she had remembered that there were these old old cars parked in someone’s yard about 45 minutes […]

The Dall’s Porpoise

So another late night again, so this one’s just about the picture.  During our early stay in Alaska we spent a couple days camping near Seward on the Kenai Peninsula.  We decided to take one of the 8-hour day cruises around the Kenai Fjords National Park to see some glaciers and hopefully some marine wildlife.  […]

Slow Shutter Speed

Had to stay at work late tonight so today’s post will be rather short, and more photography tips than long funny story.  I get a lot of questions about this shot so I figured it would be a good one to discuss.  This shot was at Tom Creek Falls within the Hoh Rain Forest, which […]